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Start Planning to Welcome Back Those Furloughed Workers

Start Planning to Welcome Back Those Furloughed Workers

There is a large talent pool that is just waiting to get back to work once economies start reopening and revenues return to pre-coronavirus levels.
Security’s role in getting back to business

Security’s role in getting back to business

Dalio’s contention is that this crisis will force global business to rethink how it approaches all aspect of its organizations and that this “restructuring”, which could last as long as three to five years, will create new and previously untapped opportunities and innovation related to digitization, data and human thinking.
Thermal cameras could be Louisiana’s next defense against coronavirus; here’s how they work

Thermal cameras could be Louisiana’s next defense against coronavirus; here’s how they work

As businesses enter Phase 1 of Gov. John Bel Edwards’ reopening plan and residents venture out in larger numbers, some are considering thermographic cameras as one tool to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus. But the technology isn’t foolproof.
5.25.20 NESA Monitor

5.25.20 NESA Monitor

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BUSINESS TIPS

Challenging Sales Times Call for Using Challenger Sales Method

Challenging Sales Times Call for Using Challenger Sales Method

AV integrators should adopt the challenger sales method that builds constructive tension with customers and prospects, getting them to think in new ways.
Don’t Slack on Your Marketing Efforts During the Business Downturn

Don’t Slack on Your Marketing Efforts During the Business Downturn

Everyone is struggling to navigate what comes next after the pandemic ends, but stay in touch with your customers if you expect their loyalty.
12 Industry Leaders Tell How COVID-19 Has Forever Changed Security

12 Industry Leaders Tell How COVID-19 Has Forever Changed Security

Dealers, integrators and market analysts predict enormous demand and growth for security and related solutions coming out of the coronavirus tunnel. Current hardships are also addressed.
NEMA GD 4-2020 COVID-19 Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidance for Electrical Equipment

NEMA GD 4-2020 COVID-19 Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidance for Electrical Equipment

As we continue to learn more about the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus, NEMA has developed specific guidance on how to maintain cleanliness while preserving the functionality and integrity of electrical equipment. Common disinfecting methods like fogging can damage electrical equipment and pose a safety hazard

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Governor defends adding Phase 1.5 to the Kansas reopening plan

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly says the reopening of Kansas during the coronavirus pandemic remains subject to the whims of the virus. During a news conference Friday afternoon, she discussed her decision to slow the reopening of the economy. On Thursday, she added Phase 1.5 to her reopening plan.